09-11-2013 12:07 AM - edited 09-11-2013 12:07 AM
How many exact number of Users, SSID, Mac entries, VLans are to be configured in the IAP 93/105 ?
if there is a specific link where a correct information i can get, kindly provide me.
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09-11-2013 02:18 AM
Lets start from what i know.
both ap's got 10/100/1000 eth port.
ap-105 got dual radio dual band (so it can transmit up to 16 ssid 8 in 2.4 and 8 in 5)
ap-93 got single radio dual band (so it can transmit up to 8 ssid's)
cluster of ap-93 limited up to 16 units.
cluster of ap-105 recommended up to 64 units.
IAP-104, IAP-105, IAP-134, IAP-135, and IAP-175 support an unlimited (within reason...the usual L2 best practices apply of course...no free lunch) number of IAPs on Layer 2 networks.
IAP -92/93 supports 16 IAPs.
read here also some info:
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10-21-2013 04:01 AM
this thread is a little bit older, but I wanted to point out that the Rel. 6.2 User Guide states:
Number of WLAN SSIDs Supported
By default, you can create up to six networks or WLANs. You can enable the Extended SSID
option and create up to 16 WLANs. OAW-IAP-175, OAW-IAP-104, and OAW-IAP-105 devices
support up to 8 SSIDs and RAP-3WN, OAW-IAP-92, OAW-IAP-93, OAW-IAP-134, and OAWAOS
IAP-135 devices support up to 16 SSIDs. After you enable this option, the number of SSIDs that
become active on each OAW-IAP depends on the OAW-IAP platform.
So IAP105 supports 8 SSIDs all together instead of 8 per radio and IAP93 supports 16 SSIDs.
Is this correct?